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MICROCOSM, 1963 



BARBARA HERSHAN HIRSCH 

LESLIE GINSBURG 

SUE GREENING 

JUDITH LEVINE 

JUDITH CORNWALL 

CAROL LUDWIG HILL 

WILMA KATSEFF 

SUSAN HOWARD 

AMY MASKELL 

MURIEL KRAVETZ 



Editor-in-Chief 

Associate Editor 

Photography Editor 

Literary Editor 

Technical Co-Editor 

Technical Co-Editor 

Art Editor 

Advertising Manager 

Business Manager 

Circulation Manager 



SIMMONS COLLEGE 



BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



No way is new but the old. 

In the blending of diverse and fractured routes 

Our silent path wanders in a spiral curve, 

Mingling sun with shadow 

Various, yet steady 

As each new path lends focus to the whole. 

The individual returns unto himself 

Enlivened with the total sweep 

Of an expanding view. 

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The hustle of first week, 





frantic smiles at frosh picnic, 




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and the wonder 




of a new setting. 







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Convocation clarifies 



educational ideals, 





and college life 



acquaints us with the Formal 



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Scope Weekend brings . . . 









a Festival of the Arts. 7 



Recreational stretch and pull . . . 



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and the vigor of competition 





give way to . . . 



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The printed word 
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keeps the desk 



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piled high, 





and the fingers busy. 



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Different backgrounds 

broaden and enrich the cultural scene. 




Student representatives 



set the goals and policies of the college scene. 





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In a swirl of dance, spirits 



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sparked by the seasons childlike mirth 





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winters toast spreads an atmosphere 






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of student-faculty rapport. 



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From far and near 



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DEAN ELEANOR CLIFTON 





HELEN HERZOG 



PRISCILLA McKEE 



under sensitive care and counsel 



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THERESA COYNE 




FLORENCE SILVER 




ADELINE CARTWRIGHT 




VIOLA BENSON 





Reasons of the heart 






discover a muted joy in local landscapes 



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or in the vast horizons of the city. 




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A world composed of fragments: 

The view grows more complex. 

Discoveries increasing 

And enlarging both 

The ways of the city 

And the self, 

Traveled alone, 

Moving onward 

And returning . . . 







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transfigure a living image 




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and a burst of spring 



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transforms a back-yard world 





where hours of self-amusement 



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absorption 



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lead to the final glory of arrival 



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am grateful 
to this fine class for their many contributions 
to the strengthening of our college. 

It is my hope 
that each member of the class will experience 
great benefit from her years at Simmons, 
and that she will continue to study in the fields 
of her special interests. 

We are proud 
to send you out to join the alumnae body 
and are confident that you will individually 
and collectively add your strength 
to the strong link between this organization 
and the college. 

WILLIAM E. PARK, President 



The President i 
Message 



41 





JOYCE AMBROSE 

Education 





JUDITH ARLIN 
Science 



NANCY ASERKOFF 
Social Science 



MILLICENT BACCHIERI 

Science 




JANE BASSETT 
Science 



42 




KAREN BECK 

Science 








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LINDA BEDFORD 

Social Science 




MARTHA BELKNAP 

Nursing 



VIRGINIA BELYEA 

Social Science 




GAIL BENSMAN 
Social Science 



KONSTANTINA BEQUARY 

Education 



43 




MARY BIRDSALL 
Home Economics 





EUNICE BLOOMQUIST 

Science 



NANCY CLAY BOGART 
Education 



ELIZABETH BOLSTER 

Nursing 




PATRICIA BOURNE 
Science 



44 




BARBARA BOWEN 
Retailing 






SANDRA BRATTON 
Business 



SUSAN BRETT 
Publication 



BARBARA BRODLIEB 

Science 







ViSt* 



JANE BROWN 
Retailing 



45 




LINDA BRUINS 
Science 




BARBARA PARESKY 
BUDNITZ 

Home Economics 




MARY-MARTHA 
BURHOUSE 

Retailing 




BEVERLY BURNS 

Social Science 




ELLEN SPELLMAN BYCK 

Social Science 



46 




VIRGINIA CAILLOUETTE 

Retailing 





CONSTANCE CAREY 

Business 



JOSELYN RHODES CAREY 

Nursing 



CAROL CASTLEMAN 
Science 




EVELYN CELLER 

Science 



47 




AMY CHANG 

Home Economics 




DALLAS WASHBURN 

CHASE 

Business 




MARCIA CHASE 

Social Science 



CAROLINE CHENEY 

Home Economics 




BEVERLY CHERNAK 

Education 



48 




HSUAN-I CHIU 

Nursing 







ADELE CHUDNOFSKY 

Nursing 



BEVERLY COCOZELLA 

Education 



DIANE COGEN 

Education 




NANCY COHEN 
Education 



49 




MARY COLBERT 

Nursing 




**? 





PATRICIA COLLINS 

Publication 



MARIANNE CONCANNON 
Education 



GERALDINE CONWAY 

Business 




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CAROL COOK 

Budiness 



50 




PHYLLIS COOK 

Publication 




BARBARA COON 

Science 




ALICE COOPER 

Library Science 



JUDITH CORNWALL 

Publication 




MARY CRAIN 

Social Science 



51 




JO ANN CURTIS 
Library Science 






JANE DANIEL 
Publication 



ELIZABETH DAVIDSON 

Home Economics 



CONSTANCE DEDES 

Business 




MARY JANE DEXTER 
Education 



52 




LORI DINGMAN 

Science 






ELAINE FISHER DODGE 

Publication 



ANNE DOYLE 
Social Science 



JUDITH FRANK DUBIN 

Education 




HARRIET ELAM 
Business 



53 




PATRICIA ELLIS 

Business 





ELLEN FEIGENBLUM 

Science 



GAIL FEIN 

Business 



MARIA FERRER 

Education 




LOUISE FINER 

Education 



54 




SHELIA FINKEL 

Education 




BARBARA FIREMAN 

Social Science 




EDNA FISCHER 
Business 



NANCY FISKE 
Business 



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SUSAN FRANTZ 
Retailing 



55 




JUDITH FREEDMAN 

Social Science 






SHIRLEY GANN 
Social Science 



LESLIE GINSBURG 

Publication 



ELEANOR GLADDING 

Retailing 




EMILY ANN GONSALVES 
Publication 



56 




SUZANNE GOODFRIEND 
Education 





THEODORA GOUZOULES 

Education 



SUE GREENING 

Publication 



JEAN GUNN 
Science 




ELIZABETH HAGEMAN 

Education 



57 




LINDA HAINES 
Business 






CAROLYN HALE 

Business 



ELLEN HALPRIN 
Science 



MARY BETH HANSER 

Social Science 




MARLENE HANSON 
Social Science 



58 




JUDITH HARRIS 

Science 






MARION HAUGAARD 
Science 



MARJORIE HAYNES 
Business 



SUSAN HAYNES 
Nursing 




SUSAN HERMANN 
Publication 



59 





CAROL HERSHON 

Education 






CAROL LUDWIG HILL 

Publication 



SALLY HILL 

Social Science 



CAROL HILLMAN 
Home Economics 




VIRGINIA HINES 
Science 



60 




BARBARA HERSHAN 
HIRSCH 

Publication 





SANDRA HIRSCH 

Social Science 



MARTHA HOBBS 

Business 



PAULINE HOLSON 

Education 




SUSAN HOWARD 
Publication 



61 




CAROLE HUGHES 

Science 





SUSAN HURWITZ 
Science 



MARJORIE ISRAEL 

Education 



SYLVIA JAAKKOLA 

Social Science 




LESLIE JACKOWITZ 

Home Economics 



62 




DALE JAGEMANN 
Social Science 





BARBARA JOHNSON 
Business 



ELAINE JODOIN JOHNSON 

Business 



MARY ANN JONES 
Science 




PAMELA JOSEPH 
Publications 



63 




LINDA KAISER 

Social Science 






JOYCE KALTON 
Retailing 



GAIL KAPLAN 
Science 



WILMA KATSEFF 
Social Science 




SUSAN KELFER 
Social Science 



64 




JULIA KING 
Home Economics 





CYNTHIA KLEMM 
Social Science 



GLORIA KORN 

Education 



GEORGIA KOUSOURIS 

Education 




ETHEL KRAMER 
Home Economics 



65 




NAOMI KRANBERG 
Social Science 





MURIEL KRAVETZ 

Social Science 



SUSAN KURTZNER 
Home Economics 



JUDITH LAFORTUNE 

Social Science 




MARJORIE LANZ 

Education 



66 




CAROLYN LEE 

Social Science 





CECILE LEINWAND 

Science 



JOAN LESLIE 
Science 



JUDITH LEVINE 

Publication 




CAROL LEWIS 

Retailing 



67 




CONSTANCE LEWIS 
Science 






CAROL LURIE 

Education 



MARY LYONS 
Education 



PATRICIA MAIS 
Social Science 




PATRICIA MARROW 

Science 



68 




ALICE MARTIN 

Education 





AMY MASKELL 

Education 



VERNA MASSELL 
Science 



ANN MATHES 
Nursing 




MARY ANN McCANDLESS 
Retailing 



69 




BRENDA MCCARTHY 
Retailing 




JANE McFARLANE 
Library Science 




BARBARA McGAW 
Science 



PAMELA McKISSOCK 
Retailing 




PAULA MIGNEAULT 
Science 



70 




ROSALIND MINN 
Library Science 





JEANNE MISHO 
Science 



JEAN MOLNAR 
Science 



ELEANOR MOSKOWITZ 

Business 




LESLIE MOULD 

Education 



71 




JESSICA MOULTON 

Education 




RHODA MUNDEL 

Retailing 




MARY PATRICIA 

MURNANE 
Publication 




SUZANNE MURPHY 
Home Economics 




BEATRICE NADLER 

Social Science 



72 




CYNTHIA NELSON 

Education 





JANE NOBLE 
Science 



ROSLYN OSSEN 

Social Science 



NANCY OTIS 
Science 




ELAINE INNAMORATI 
PACKARD 

Education 



73 




SUE PARISEAU 

Science 






ELAINE PATRIKAS 
Business 



MARTHA PEASE 
Home Economics 



NORMA PERREAULT 

Science 





LINDA PETERSON 

Business 



74 




SANDRA SLATER 

PICKMAN 

Education 




PATRICIA PLUMMER 
Business 




MYRNA POLLACK 
Retailing 



CAROLYN POLOMSKI 

Science 




PHYLLIS POMER 

Nursing 



: 



75 




DOROTHY PRENSNER 

Business 







MARY ANN PRICE 
Home Economics 



PHYLLIS PRICE 

Science 



JOAN PRODANY 
Publication 




NANCY QUINN 
Retailing 



76 




JOAN RASCOE 

Home Economics 






MURIEL REARDON 

Business 



RENA RESNICK 

Social Science 



ERAS REVELAS 

Science 




BARBARA ROBERTS 
MILLER 

Social Science 



77 




ANN SALMON ROBB 
Home Economics 




DIANA RODIG 
Science 




KATHRYN ROEN 
Science 



ELIZABETH PRESTON 
ROGOFF 

Social Science 




ANNE MARIE ROSSIGNOLI 
Social Science 



78 




PATRICIA RUSSELL 

Publication 






CAROL SARNO 

Publication 



BARBARA SCHEVERA 

Science 



SUSAN SCHUGEL 
Social Science 




LORRAINE SCOPA 

Home Economics 



79 




SHEILA SENNETT 
Social Science 






BARBARA SHAFER 

Social Science 



LINDA SHOER 
Science 



SANDRA SIDERS 

Business 




MARILYN SIMONS 
Social Science 



80 




MICHELE BAGDASARIAN 

SIMOURIAN 

Education 





RHODA SINGER 

Social Science 



HELEN SMITH 

Business 



CAROL SPELLMAN 
Education 




NANCY SOLANDER 
Science 



81 




CAROLYN STANTON 
Science 





MAXINE STOLLER 
Social Science 



MARIANNE STURNER 
Science 



MARY ANN SULCIUS 
Science 




LINDA SUNDOOK 
Business 



82 




SANDRA TALANIAN 
Education 




! 



DIXIE LEE TALBOT 

Social Science 





LAURINDA TAYLOR 

Education 



SHIRLEY TAYLOR 

Nursing 





BEATRICE TINTY 
Social Science 



83 




HELENA TISDELL 

Education 






HELEN TOBAK 

Education 



LINDA CHRISTY TRIPP 

Social Science 



ELIZABETH TRULL 

Business 




NANCY TSENG 
Home Economics 



84 




CAROL TULLOCH 

Nursing 





LINDA TWOMBLY 

Science 



KATHRYN VINCENT 

Home Economics 



NANCY VINES 
Science 




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CAROL WAGNER 

Business 



85 




DEANNA WALDMAN 
Library Science 





ELIZABETH WALFORD 

Social Science 



IRENE WEBER 

Social Science 



RUTH SOOPER WEINER 
Business 




NATALIE WELLS 
Business 



86 




LORALEE WINDSOR 

Publication 





LINDA WOLF 
Science 



AMY YOUNG 
Business 



LILLIAN YUNG 

Home Economics 





JUDITH ZELIG 

Library Science 



BARBARA ZIEGLER 

Social Science 



87 



The mind, an aspiring arc, 
Presses to incorporate the world. 
And knowing nothing 
We behold 
A vital minute 
In an ageless view. 
Knowing only the boundlessness 
Of a legacy renewed. 



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DR. DAVID SHEPRO 






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bring the natural world within human grasp. 



91 




DR. JOHN TIMM 




Chemistry and Physics 



<■ ROBERT VERNON 








formulate the elements. 



93 




WOODROW BALDWIN 



Business and Retailing 



TILLY DICKINSON 





94 



MARGARET McKENNA 
EDWIN MORAN, JR. 





captured in the classroom. 



JESSIE STUART 




BARBARA HALEY 




WILLIAM CARLO 



95 



Textiles, Foods, and Nutrition 








LUCY FISHER 




DIANA ABBOTT 



form the varied 








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LANORE SOGARD 



Program 





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0/ Home Economics. 



ESTHER FACKTOROFF 





BURTON CLEAVES 




Music arranges 



a harmony of tones. 



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LYLE BUSH 



Art gives form to line and color 



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CARROLL MILES 



BRUCE HAWTHORNE 



HENRY HALKO 



PAUL NICHOLS 






ROY TOLLEFSON 



JOSEPHINE MILBURN 



History, Government, and Economics 

trace the social achievements of man. 



TILDEN EDELSTEIN 




WILLIAM KAHL 




101 




FREDERICK ANDERSON 



Philosophy inquires and assimilates complexities. 





102 




ATHENA THEODORE 



HARRY JOHNSON 




Sociology presents a unified picture of environment. 





KENNETH SHAFFER 



The science of all knowledg 




ALMA BROWNE 
KENNETH KISTER 




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BUSNAGI RAJANNAN 



in Librariansbip. 




Modern Languages 

disclose the sustenance 
of sound. 




EDWARD ADDELSON 



EDITH HELMAN 





MANFRED KLEIN 





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JOSEPH LEVERICH 



problem constructed through the symbols of Math. 



109 




Sport and sport 



MARGARET ROWE 



DORIS OLMSTEAD 




mansbip form the goals in Physical Education. 




in 




RAYMOND BOSWORTH 



VIRGINIA BRATTON 




DOROTHY WILLIAMS 




Different phases of Publishing 



work towards the fulfillment of communication. 



DONALD FESSENDEN 



DINO VALZ 




ALDEN POOLE 



Nurses unite theory with practice. 




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JEAN COTTON 



DEBORAH AYMOVICH 








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English 

blends feeling and thought 




WYLIE SYPHER 



CHARLES L'HOMME 







LAWRENCE LANGER 



into a restatement 



GEORGE NITCHIE 





JUDITH MATLACK 



of life. 



117 



Education methodt 




teachers of the future. 




CYNTHIA BEHRMAN 





Physical Therapy - 



springboard to restored strength. 




121 





STEPHEN DEANE 



HELEN JONES 



DONALD DUNBAR 



Psychology 

draws the structure 
of behavior. 




122 



Pictures and type to reflect a class . . . 

The class itself a monument to the dedicated few. 



The individual is part of all that he has known 
And we are glad to have known 



123 




J. GARTON NEEDHAM 



124 



As the spirit of kindness 



Abundance and hope-, 




The stature of service; 



Solemnity and grace t 



And all the nameless facets 





That make a man a symbol 



of the highest good. 



125 



Several groping strands unite 
Restoring the message 
Of a single time- 

The world within 
And the world without 

Are ecjual in their scope. 



126 




The first is our passage to the second, 




The microcosm unfolding . 





to the action . . . 




of a cjuest. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



AMBROSE, JOYCE, 21 Avondale Dr., Islip, N. Y., FAD, 
Hillel. 



BOGART, NANCY CLAY, 511 Country Way, N. Scituate, 
Mass., French Club. 



ARLIN, JUDITH, 2 Wayne Ave., Claremont, N. H., NSA 
Regional Conference Delegate. 



ASERKOFF, NANCY, 7 Portina Rd., Brighton, Mass., 
Hillel, Spring Spree Auction Committee, Transfer Welcome 
Committee. 



BACCHIERI, MILLICENT, 146 Cedar Lane, Westwood, 
Mass., May Breakfast Publicity Committee. 



BOLSTER, ELIZABETH, 54 Stroudwater Rd., Portland, 
Me., Hood College Transfer, Bluettes, Anne Strong Club 
President. 



BOURNE, PATRICIA, 6753 High Meadows Dr., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Campus Guide, Physical Therapy Club, House 
Counselor, Student Assistant. 

BOWDEN, MARILYN, 126 Coney St., E. Walpole, Mass., 
Junior Welcome Committee, Floor Representative. 



BASSETT, JANE, 31 W. Main St., Northboro, Mass., Jun- 
ior Year at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, Christian 
Association, Glee Club, May Breakfast Committee. 



BOWEN, BARBARA, 85 Park St., Binghamton, N. Y., 
Prince Club Vice-President. 



BECK, KAREN, 503 W. Avon Rd., Avon, Conn., Fresh- 
man Representative, Glee Club, Dorm Social Activities 
Chairman, School of Science Representative. 



BEDER, LINDA, 71 Ocean Pkwy., Brooklyn, N. Y., Uni- 
versity of Vermont Transfer, Hillel, Tennis Team. 



BEDFORD, LINDA, R.F.D. #1, Thomaston, Conn., Inter- 
varsity Christian Fellowship, Social Relations Club, House 
Counselor. 



BELKNAP, MARTHA, Pond Rd., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

BELYEA, VIRGINIA, 49 Hills View Rd., Milton, Mass., 
Recreational Association Vice-President, Dorm Board, Mi- 
crocosm Circulation Staff, Sophomore Luncheon Committee. 

BENSMAN, GAIL, 1504 College Dr., Owensboro, Ky., 
Freshman Prom Committee, Modern Dance Club Treasurer, 
Drama Society President. 



BEQUARY, KONSTANTINA, 221 Willow St., Waterbury, 
Conn. 



BRATTON, SANDRA, 307 Northland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y., 
Committee Against Segregation, Spring Spree Auction Com- 
mittee, International Relations Association, Newman Club. 

BRETT, SUSAN, 221 E. Penn St., Long Beach, N. Y., News 
Reporter, Microcosm Photography Staff. 

BRODLIEB, BARBARA, 301 Main St., East Rockaway, 
N. Y., Cap and Gown Chairman. 

BROWN, JANE, 227 Wolcott Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

BRUINS, LINDA, 96 Stonybrook Dr., Rochester, N. Y., 
Glee Club, Physical Therapy Club, Campus Guide. 

BUDNITZ, BARBARA PARESKY, 224 Elm St., Benning- 
ton, Vt., Home Economics Club Secretary, Stu-G Represent- 
ative, Volunteer Work, Skit Night Master of Ceremonies. 

BURHOUSE, MARY-MARTHA, 141 Harding Rd., Glen 
Rock, N. J., Dean's List, Drama Society, May Breakfast 
Committee, Spring Spree Committee, Junior Welcome Com- 
mittee, Transfer Welcome Committee, Campus Guide, Co- 
tillion Committee, Junior Prom Committee. 



BIRDSALL, MARY, 120 N. Chestnut St., Westfield, N. J., 
Glee Club, Swim Club, Freshman Representative, Campus 
Guide, Spring Spree Committee, Junior Welcome Committee, 
Home Economics Club Treasurer, Home Economics School 
Representative, House Counselor. 



BLOOMQUIST, EUNICE, 17 Ashcroft St., Auburn, Mass., 
Swim Club, May Breakfast Entertainment Chairman, Jun- 
ior Welcome Committee, Dorm Vice-President, Stu-G Rep- 
resentative. 



BLUM, LENORE EPSTEIN, 117 Park Dr., Boston, Mass., 
Carnegie Institute of Technology Transfer, Hillel, Academy. 



BURNS, BEVERLY, 15 Chandler Rd., Salem, Mass., New- 
man Club, Spring Spree Committee, Stu-G Dorm Repre- 
sentative. 



BYCK, ELLEN SPELLMAN, 15 Bright Rd., Belmont, 
Mass., Hillel Social Chairman, Freshman Prom Committee, 
Commuter Association, Volunteer Work, Social Relations 
Club. 



CAILLOUETTE, VIRGINIA, 14 Greenview Rd., Danbury, 
Conn., Newman Club, News Reporter, Prince School Repre- 
sentative, Spring Spree Booth Chairman, Cotillion Chairman, 
Campus Guide, Fund Drive Co-Chairman, Junior Welcome 
Committee, Stu-G Secretary. 



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CAREY, CONSTANCE, Goodhill Rd., Weston, Conn., 
Campus Fire Chief, Campus Guide, House Counselor, 
House President. 



CAREY, JOSELYN RHODES, 692 Huntington Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 



CASTLEMAN, CAROL, 80 Lawrence Dr., White Plains, 
N. Y., Hillel Social Activities Co-Chairman, News Reporter, 
Transfer Welcome Committee, Glee Club Secretary-Treas- 
urer and President. 



COLLINS, PATRICIA, 15 High St., N. Billerica, Mass., 
Stu-G Representative, Newman Club Executive Board and 
Province Delegate, News Reporter, lunior Welcome Steering 
Committee, Student Body President. 



CONCANNON, MARIANNE, 82 Alban St., Dorchester, 
Mass. 



CONWAY, GERALDINE, 26 Superior St., Swampscott, 
Mass., Newman Club Treasurer and Commuter Representa- 
tive, Campus Guide, Ski Club. 



CELLER, EVELYN, 8216 Larry PL, Chevy Chase 15, Md., 
Biology Club, French Club, Drama Society, House Counse- 
lor. 



CHANG, AMY, 79 Tufts St., Arlington, Mass., Home Eco- 
nomics Banquet Chairman, Campus Guide, Chinese Inter- 
collegiate Council of Greater Boston. 



CHASE, DALLAS WASHBURN, Pittsburg, N. H., Orches- 
tra, Campus Guide, Floor Representative. 



CHASE, MARCIA, 8 Chase St., Lynn, Mass., Campus 
Guide, Washington Semester, Great Decisions Chairman, 
Junior Welcome Steering Committee, Drama Society Vice- 
President, Forum Vice-President, Young Democrat Club. 



CHENEY, CAROLINE, 62 Bellevue Ave., Springfield, 
Mass. 



CHERNAK, BEVERLY, 73 Central Ave., Chelsea, Mass., 
Song Fest Committee, Spring Spree Committee, Sophomore 
Luncheon Entertainment Committee, Skit Night Committee 
Olde English Dinner Entertainment Committtee, Junior Prom 
Chairman, Stu-G Academic Affairs Committtee. 



CHIU, HSUAN-I, 37 Gorham St., Cambridge, Mass. 



CHUDNOFSKY, ADELE, 43 Bonad Rd., W. Roxbury, 
Mass., Hillel, Commuter Organization. 



COOK, CAROL, 284 High St., Medford, Mass., Newman 
Club. 



COOK, PHYLLIS, 28 Wilson Dr., New Rochelle, N. Y., 
Glee Club, Social Relations Club, Volunteer Work. 



COON, BARBARA, 17 Plymouth Rd., Darien, Conn., 
Modern Dance Club Secretary, Physical Therapy Club, Jun- 
ior Welcome Committee, Sophomore Luncheon Committee, 
Arnold Hall Secretary, Transfer Welcome Committee Assist- 
ant Chairman. 



COOPER, ALICE, 14 Porter St., Everett, Mass., Campus 
Guide, Christian Association. 



CORNWALL, JUDITH, Hayward Rd., Acton, Mass., Ath- 
letic Association Representative, Spring Spree Invitation 
Committee, Junior Welcome Committee, Microcosm Techni- 
cal Co-Editor, School of Publication Representative. 



CRAIN, MARY, 151 Hillside Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 



CURTIS, JO ANN, 11 William St., N. Haven, Conn., Cam- 
pus Guide, Floor Representative, Fund Drive Representa- 
tive, Junior Welcome Committee, Junior Prom Co-Chairman. 



DANIEL, JANE, 84 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y., 
Christmas Door Decoration Committee, Simmons' Week by 
Week, Cotillion Publicity Committee, Simmons' Bulletin, 
Drama Society. 



COCOZELLA, BEVERLY, 11 Belleaire Ave., Lynn, 
Mass., Newman Club, Volunteer Work. 



COGEN, DIANE, 36 Bassett St., Lynn, Mass., Class Execu- 
tive Board, Olde English Dinner Committee, Floor Repre- 
sentative, French Club, Campus Guide, Hamilton College 
Junior Year in France. 



DAVIDSON, ELIZABETH, 319 Walnut St., Saugus, Mass., 
Campus Guide, Junior Welcome Steering Committee, Trans- 
fer Welcome Committee, Drama Society Vice-President. 

DEDES, CONSTANCE, .18 Mosely Ave., Newburyport, 
Mass., Eastern Orthodox Club, French Club, Outing Club. 



COHEN, DEBORAH, 9 Gilbert Rd., Storrs, Conn., Mod- 
ern Dance Club, French Club. 



DEXTER, MARY JANE, 193 S. Main St., Cohasset, Mass., 
Campus Guide, Commuter Organization. 



COHEN, NANCY, 96 Dean Rd., Brookline, Mass., French 
Club Vice-President. 



DINGMAN, LORI, S. Kent, Conn., Campus Guide, Junior 
Welcome Hostess Chairman, Arnold Hall Vice-President, 
Physical Therapy Club President. 



COLBERT, MARY, 80 Montview St., W. Roxbury, Mass., 
Newman Club, Commuter Organization, Anne Strong Club. 



DODGE, ELAINE FISHER, Mechanic St., E. Douglas, 
Mass. 



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DOYLE, ANNE, 45 Lake St., New Bedford, Mass., Fire 
Captain, Athletic Association, Stu-G Representative, Junior 
Welcome Committee. 



DUBIN, JUDITH FRANK, Bridge St., E. Dennis, Mass., 
Hillel Representative, Fire Captain, Junior Welcome Com- 
mittee, Campus Guide, Microcosm Circulation Staff. 



GANN, SHIRLEY, 1082 Centre St., Newton Centre, Mass., 
Rutgers University Transfer, Hillel. 



GINSBURG, LESLIE, 108 Nottingham Rd., Malverne, 
N. Y., Freshman-Senior Brunch Committee, Dorm Skit Co- 
Chairman, Handbook Editor, Microcosm Associate Editor, 
Sophomore Luncheon Entertainment Committee. 



ECKSTRAND, MARLENE, 118c Holden Green, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 



ELAM, HARRIET, 340 Walnut Ave., Boston, Mass., School 
of Business Representative, Class Secretary, Junior Wel- 
come Committee. 



GLADDING, ELEANOR, Bristol, Vt, Freshman Repre- 
sentative, Stu-G Dorm Representative, Social Activities Rep- 
resentative, Recreational Association Treasurer, Honor Board 
Chairman. 



GOLDMAN, MARGARET, 14 Scotia St., Boston, Mass. 



ELLIS, PATRICIA, Box 338, Frederiksted, St. Croix, Vir- 
gin Islands, Lasell College Transfer, Placement Committee, 
Spring Spree Committee, Floor Representative. 



GONSALVES, EMILY, 144 Bedford St., New Bedford, 
Mass., Newman Club. 



FEIGENBLUM, ELLEN, 1535 Undercliff Ave., New York, 
N. Y., Hillel Cultural Co-Chairman. 



GOODFRIEND, SUZANNE, 7 West 81 St., New York, 
N. Y., Drama Society, News Photographer. 



FEIN, GAIL, 36 Thurlow Ave., Revere, Mass. 



FERRER, MARIA, 947 E. Glen Ave., Ridgewood, N. Y., 
Newman Club, Transfer Welcome Committee. 



FINER, LOUISE, 45 Alberta Rd., Brookline, Mass., Crea- 
tive Writing Workshop. 



FINKEL, SHEILA, 44 Kimball Rd., Chelsea, Mass., Hillel, 
Transfer Welcome Committee. 



FIREMAN, BARBARA, 79 Belcher Ave., Brockton, Mass., 
Freshman Prom Committee. 



FISCHER, EDNA, Hopper Rd., Williamstown, Mass., Mod- 
ern Dance Club Vice-President, Spring Spree Committee, 
Campus Guide. 



FISKE, NANCY, 9 Billerica Rd., Chelmsford, Mass., Out- 
ing Club Secretary and President, Dorm Social Activities 
Chairman, Fire Captain, Christian Association Steering 
Committee, Junior Invitation Dance Chairman. 



GOUZOULES, THEODORA, 492 Clinton Rd., Chestnut 
Hill, Mass., Campus Guide, Young Democrat Club, Turn 
Toward Peace. 



GREENING, SUE, Canaan, N. Y., NSA Representative, 
Class Executive Board, International Relations Association 
President, Microcosm Photography Editor. 



GUNN, JEAN, 684 Country Way, N. Scituate, Mass., Intra- 
mural Basketball, Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Blu- 
ettes, Forum Class Representative, Junior Welcome Com- 
mittee Assistant Chairman, Physical Therapy Club, SCOPE 
Vice-President. 



HAGEMAN, ELIZABETH, 408 Barker St., Mt. Vernon, 
Wash., Volunteer Work, Outing Club Vice-President, Cam- 
pus Guide, Pops Chairman, Drama Society Props Chairman, 
House Counselor, Academy, SCOPE. 



HAINES, LINDA, 6 Lantern Lane, Milton, Mass., Junior 
Welcome Committee, House Counselor. 



HALE, CAROLYN, 83 Hillcrest Ave., Manhasset, N. Y., 
French Club. 



FITHIAN, MARTHA, 150 S. Maple St, Mercer, Pa. 



FRANTZ, SUSAN, 60 West 1st St., Fulton, N. Y, Fresh- 
man Representative, Freshman Banquet Invitation Chair- 
man, Spring Spree Committee, Forum Representative, In- 
ternational Relations Club, Stu-G Representative, Who's 
Who in American Colleges Chairman. 



HALPRIN, ELLEN, 22 Ramsdell St., New Haven, Conn, 
Spring Spree Committee, Winter Weekend Ticket Chairman, 
Mesick Hall President. 



HALSEY, HEATHER DURAM, 8 Gower T , New Ca- 
naan, Conn, Prom Committee Chairman, T iy Breakfast 
Chairman. 



FREEDMAN, JUDITH, 219 Pennsylvania Dr., W. Hart- 
ford, Conn, Freshman Representative, Spring Spree Queen 
Chairman, House Counselor, FAD Discussion Chairman, 
SCOPE Discussion Chairman. 



HANSER, MARY BETH, 18 Old Westbury Lane, St. 
Louis, Mo, House Counselor, Campus Guide Chairman, 
Swim Club, Mesick Hall President. 



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HANSON, MARLENE, 99-41 64 Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y., 
Spring Spree Box Luncheon Chairman, Sophomore Prom 
Committee, Fund Drive Committee. 



HUGHES, CAROLE, 4 Burgess St., Methuen, Mass., Chris- 
tian Association, Freshman Prom Committee, Volunteer 
Work. 



HARRIS, JUDITH, 194 Prospect Pkwy., Burlington, Vt., 
Hillel, Dix Hall Treasurer, May Breakfast Committee. 



HAUGAARD, MARION, 31 Austin St., Portland, Me., 
Orchestra, South Hall President. 



HAYNES, MARJORIE, 35 Catawaba St., Roxbury, Mass., 
Tennis Team, Student Invitation Day Hostess. 



HAYNES, SUSAN, 32 Fruit St., Boston, Mass., Commuter 
Organization, Christian Association, Sophomore Luncheon 
Waitress Chairman, Anne Strong Booth Chairman for Spring 
Spree. 

HERMANN, SUSAN, 264 King St., Port Chester, N. Y., 
Freshman Representative, Sophomore Class Vice-President, 
Junior Class President, News Managing Editor. 

HERSHON, CAROL, 88 Heron St., Long Beach, N. Y., 
Blazer Committee Chairman, Simmons Hall Skit Co-Chair- 
man, Sophomore Luncheon Entertainment Committee, Olde 
English Dinner Skit Co-Chairman, Simmons Hall President 
for two years. 

HILL, CAROL LUDWIG, 69 Garfield St., Lawrence, 
Mass., Newman Club, Campus Guide, Athletic Association 
Representative, Microcosm Technical Co-Editor. 



HILL, SALLY, 113 Somerset St., Bangor, Me., Evans Hall 
Secretary, Christian Association, School of Nursing Repre- 
sentative, Anne Strong Club Secretary, Stu-G Academic Ac- 
tivities Committee. 



HILLMAN, CAROL, 357 Beach St., Revere, Mass., Junior 
Welcome Committee, Home Economics Club President. 



HINES, VIRGINIA, 55 Warham St., Windsor, Conn., New- 
man Club, Dorm Treasurer, Campus Guide, House Counse- 
lor, Student Assistant. 

HIRSCH, BARBARA HERSHAN, 165 Jordan Rd., Brook- 
line, Mass., Dean's List, Campus Guide, Handbook Associ- 
ate Editor, Microcosm Editor-in-Chief. 

HIRSCH, SANDRA, 29 Lewis Bay Rd., Hyannis, Mass. 

HOBBS, MARTHA, 72 Fair Oaks Park, Needham, Mass., 
Swim Club, Arnold Hall Treasurer, Honor Board Secretary, 
Transfer Welcome Committee Chairman. 



HURWITZ, SUSAN, 2404 Ave. K, Brooklyn, N. Y., Olde 
English Dinner Committee, Skit Night Master of Ceremonies, 
Fire Captain. 



ISRAEL, MARJORIE, 396 Norton Pkwy., Conn., Fresh- 
man Class Vice-President, NSA Delegate to the Harvard 
Conference, Honor Board Representative, Drama Society 
Stage Manager, Stu-G Academic Activities Chairman. 



JAAKKOLA, SYLVIA, R.F.D. #1, Ludlow, Vt., Volun- 
teer Work, Stu-G Representative, Campus Guide, House 
Counselor, Honor Board Class Representative. 



JACKOWITZ, LESLIE, 162 Green St., Hudson, N. Y., 
Glee Club, News Advertising Manager, Floor Representa- 
tive. 



JAGEMANN, GEORGIA, Croton Lake Rd., Katonah, 
N. Y., Transfer Student, Modern Dance Club. 

JOHNSON, BARBARA, 271 Beech St., Belmont, Mass., 
French Club, Outing Club. 

JOHNSON, ELAINE JODOIN, 308 Shagbark Dr., Bristol, 
Conn., Newman Club, Campus Guide. 

JONES, MARY ANN, 146 Florence St., Melrose, Mass., 
Christian Association, Junior Welcome Committee. 

JOSEPH, PAMELA, 175 Bishop St., New Haven, Conn. 

KAISER, LINDA, 311 Packman Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

KALTON, JOYCE, 46 Central St., Somerville, Mass., Rod- 
cliff e News, Commuter Organization, Prince Club. 

KAPLAN, GAIL, 106 Mohawk Dr., W. Hartford, Conn., 
Social Relations Club, Volunteer Work Chairman. 



KATSEFF, WILMA, 132 Clark Rd., Brookline, Mass., Mi- 
crocosm Art Editor. 



KELFER, SUSAN, 75 Whitney Rd., Medford, Mass., News 
Distribution Manager, Intercollegiate Intellectual Club, Vol- 
unteer Work, Spring Spree Committee, Freshman Prom 
Committee, Cotillion Committee, Stu-G Commuter Repre- 
sentative, Modern Dance Club, International Relations Club, 
Campus Guide, Honor Board, Junior Welcome Committee, 
SCOPE, Washington Semester. 



HOLSON, PAULINE, 36 Eastern Ave., Arlington, Mass., 
Newman Club, Outing Club, Calendar Representative. 

HOWARD, SUSAN, 50 Locust Ave., Red Bank, N. J., 
School of Publication Representative, Morse Hall Secretary 
and President, Microcosm Advertising Manager. 



KING, JULIA, 64 S. Main St., Pittsford, N. Y., Arnold Hall 
Assistant Fire Captain, Floor Representative, Campus Guide, 
House Counselor, Student Assistant. 

KLEMM, CYNTHIA, 159 Chestnut St., Lynnfield, Mass., 
Ski Club, Community Club, Romance Languages Club. 



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KORN, GLORIA, 33 North Ave., Providence, R. I. 



KOUSOURIS, GEORGIA, 65 Belmore Rd., Baltimore, 
Md., Eastern Orthodox Club, Winter Weekend Chairman, 
Campus Guide, Olde English Dinner Entertainment Com- 
mittee, Simmons Hall Vice-President, Calendar Represent- 
ative. 



MAIS, PATRICIA, 97 Highrields Rd., Wilton, Conn., Fire 
Captain, Hastings House Social Activities Chairman, House 
President. 



MARROW, PATRICIA, 944 E. Jersey St., Elizabeth, N. J., 
Christian Association, Floor Representative, House Counse- 
lor, House President, Fund Drive Committee. 



KRAMER, ETHEL, 14 Myrna Ave., Waterbury, Conn., 
Hillel Executive Council, Home Economics Club, Campus 
Guide. 



KRANBERG, NAOMI, 186 White Springs Rd., Geneva, 
N. Y., Spring Spree Dorm Chairman, Volunteer Work, Jun- 
ior Welcome Committee, Sweat Shirt Committee Chairman, 
Dix Hall Social Activities Chairman, Student Assistant, Place- 
ment Commission Chairman. 



KRAVETZ, MURIEL, 106 Grovers Ave., Winthrop, 
Mass., Hillel, Microcosm Circulation Manager. 



KURTZNER, SUSAN, 1940 Clover St., Rochester, N. Y., 
Glee Club, Sophomore Luncheon Chairman, School of Nurs- 
ing Representative, Home Economics Club, Floor Represent- 
ative. 



LAFORTUNE, JUDITH, 315 E. Main St., N. Adams, 
Mass., Newman Club, Volunteer Work. 

LANZ, MARJORIE, 21 Middle Butcher Rd., Rockville, 
Conn., Longwood House Secretary-Treasurer and President. 



LEE, CAROLYN, 99 Wellesley Ave., Needham, Mass., 
Recreational Association. 



LEINWAND, CECILE, 8 Parkway West, Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y., News Technical Staff, FAD Secretary-Treasurer, Hil- 
lel Religious Activities Chairman, Secretary, and Senior Rep- 
resentative. 



LESLIE, JOAN, 12 Carver Rd., Watertown, Mass., Blu- 
ettes, Physical Therapy Club. 



MARTIN, ALICE, 59 Charles St., Natick, Mass. 



MASKELL, AMY, 41 Lane Park, Brighton, Mass., News 
Staff, Freshman Prom Committee, Simmons Hall Social Ac- 
tivities Chairman, Campus Guide, Junior Prom Program 
Chairman, Microcosm Business Manager, Commuter Social 
Activities Chairman. 



MASSELL, VERNA, 7 Lawrence Rd., Brookline, Mass., 
News Staff, Commuter Representative, Spring Spree Com- 
mittee, Junior Welcome Committee. 



MATHES, ANN, 3 Littleworth Rd., Dover, N. H., Campus 
Guide, Junior Welcome Committee. 



McCANDLESS, MARY ANN, 296 Winton Rd. S., Roches- 
ter, N. Y., Glee Club, Sophomore Luncheon Committee, 
May Breakfast Invitation Chairman, Campus Guide, Olde 
English Dinner Program Chairman, Prince Club, Social Ac- 
tivities Committee Secretary. 



MCCARTHY, BRENDA, 10 Newbury St., Lowell, Mass., 
Modern Dance Club, Junior Prom Committee, Campus So- 
cial Activities Representative. 



McFARLANE, JANE, 149 W. 5th Ave., Roselle, N. J., 
News Staff, Newman Club, School of Library Science Rep- 
resentative, News Banquet Chairman. 

McGAW, BARBARA, 63 Stoughton Rd., Dedham, Mass., 
Christian Association Publicity Chairman and Secretary- 
Treasurer, Campus Guide, Junior Welcome Committee, 
Floor Representative, House Counselor, Academy. 



LEVINE, JUDITH, 55 Colonial Ave., Dorchester, Mass., 
News Drama Critic, Microcosm Literary Editor. 



McKISSOCK, PRISCILLA, 425 Sabine Ave., Wynnewood, 
Pa., Athletic Association Vice-President. 



LEWIS, CAROL, 11 Richmar Dr., Birmingham, Ala., 
Prince School Representative, Prince Club, Fund Drive 
Committee. 



MIGNEAULT, PAULA, 236 Woodstock Ave., Putnam, 
Conn., Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Vice-President, 
Sophomore Luncheon Committee. 



LEWIS, CONSTANCE, 92 Gale Rd., Swampscott, Mass., 
Junior Welcome Committee, Campus Guide, Orchestra. 



MILLER, BARBARA ROBERTS, 38 Gerry Rd., Brook- 
line, Mass., SCOPE. 



LURIE, CAROL, 539 Covington PL, Wyckoff, N. J., Hillel 
Executive Council, Forum Treasurer, News Editor, Spring 
Spree Committee, Campus Guide, NSA Junior Delegate, 
HUAC Committee. 



LYONS, MARY, 60 Summit Ave., Tiverton, R. I., Newman 
Club, Campus Guide, Dorm Secretary-Treasurer, Junior 
Welcome Committee, House Presidents Council Secretary. 



MINN, ROSALIND, 3 Sexton PL, Farmingdale, N. Y., 
Modern Dance Club, Volunteer Work. 



MISHO, JEANNE, 67 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass., 
Modern Dance Club, Glee Club Assistant Publicity Chair- 
man, Spring Spree Committee, Junior Welcome Food Com- 
mittee. 



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MOLNAR, JEAN, 515 Terry Ave., Billings, Montana. 



MOSKOWITZ, ELEANOR, 165 Harding Rd., Red Bank, 
N. J., Spring Weekend Chairman, Floor Representative, 
House Counselor. 



MOULD, LESLIE, 112 Winthrop Rd., Brookline, Mass., 
Sweetheart Ball Decorations Chairman, SCOPE Lecture 
Committee. 



MOULTON, JESSICA, 14 Lindenwood Rd., Cape Eliza- 
beth, Me., Evans Hall Secretary, House Counselor, and 
House President. 



MUNDEL, RHODA, 14 Overlook Rd., White Plains, N. Y. 
Prince Club. 



MURNANE, MARY PATRICIA, 2 Country Ridge, Dan- 
bury, Conn., Newman Club Publicity Chairman and Presi- 
dent, Fire Captain, Spring Spree Chairman, School of Publi- 
cation Representative, Junior Welcome Committee, Stu-G 
Social Activities Chairman. 



MURPHY, SUZANNE, 187 Steere St., R.F.D. #1, Attle- 
boro, Mass., Mascot Chairman, School of Home Economics 
Representative, Newman Club Parliamentarian, House 
Counselor, Arnold Hall Stu-G Representative. 



NADLER, BEATRICE, 4575 N. Michigan Ave., Miami 
Beach, Fla., University of Miami Transfer. 



NELSON, CYNTHIA, 291 Union St., S. Weymouth, Mass., 
Campus Guide, House Counselor, Student Assistant. 



PATRIKAS, ELAINE, 236 Parkland Ave., Lynn, Mass., 
Eastern Orthodox Club, Campus Guide, New England Fed- 
eration of College Orthodox Students. 



PEASE, MARTHA, 130 Butman Rd., Lowell, Mass., Home 
Economics Club, Spring Spree Committee, Junior Welcome 
Committee. 



PERREAULT, NORMA, 39 Ridgewood Ave., Keene, 
N. H., Fire Captain, Dorm Board. 



PETERSON, LINDA, Oldham St., Pembroke, Mass., Glee 
Club, Microcosm Circulation Staff, Dorm Secretary-Treas- 
urer. 



PHILBRICK, DIANA, 1 Maple St., Brattleboro, Vt., Glee 
Club. 



PICKMAN, SANDRA SLATER, 36 Lillibridge Ct., Ham- 
den, Conn., Swim Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor. 



PLUMMER, PATRICIA, Birch St., R.F.D. #1, Pembroke, 
Mass., Newman Club, Junior Welcome Committee, Dix Hall 
Vice-President, Evans Hall Secretary. 



POLLACK, MYRNA, 42 Beverly Rd., Swampscott, Mass., 
Simmons Hall Vice-President, House Counselor, Prince 
Club, Student Assistant. 



POLOMSKI, CAROLYN, 59 Thompson Rd., Webster, 
Mass., Freshman Class Secretary, Newman Club, Sock and 
Buskin, Sophomore Class Secretary, Junior Welcome Com- 
mittee, Stu-G Representative, Stu-G Vice-President. 



NOBLE, JANE, 2953 Warrensville Rd., Shaker Hts., Ohio, 
Newman Club, Skit Night Chairman, May Breakfast Public- 
ity Chairman, Evans Hall Vice-President and House Coun- 
selor, Academy, Campus Guide, Floor Representative, Junior 
Welcome Publicity Committee. 



OLAFSON, RUTH, 51 Silk St., Arlington, Mass. 



POMER, PHYLLIS, 380 Auburn Rd., W. Hartford, Conn., 
Hillel, Anne Strong Club, School of Nursing Representative. 



PRENSNER, DOROTHY, 43 Forest St., Worcester, Mass., 
Skidmore College Transfer, Spring Spree Committee, Busi- 
ness Club. 



OSSEN, ROSLYN, 208 Merrymount Rd., Quincy, Mass., 
Campus Guide, Sophomore Luncheon Committee, Cotillion 
Committee, House Counselor. 



PRICE, MARY ANN, 1015 Charles St., Mountainside, 
N. J., Newman Club, Recreational Association, Mass. Home 
Economics College Club. 



OTIS, NANCY, MOQ 2118, Marine Corps Base, Camp Le- 
jeune, N. Carolina, Newman Club, Spring Spree Co-Chair- 
man, Floor Representative, Class Treasurer, Dorm Vice- 
President, Physical Therapy Club, Student Assistant. 



PACKARD, ELAINE INNAMORATI, 576 Magnolia Dr., 
Falls Church, Va., Freshman Representative, House Presi- 
dent, Newman Club Education Chairman, Forum Calendar 
Committee, Honor Board Representative, SCOPE Treasurer. 



PRICE, PHYLLIS, 2001 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, 
Mass., Glee Club, Cotillion Committee. 



PRODANY, JOAN, 2 Selwyn Rd., Belmont, Mass. 



QUINN, NANCY, 168 Fernbrook Ave., Wyncote, Pa., Jun- 
ior Welcome Committee, Prince Club Social Activities Chair- 
man, Longwood House Secretary. 



PARISEAU, SUE, 44 Walnut St., Canton, Mass., Junior 
Welcome Chairman, Physical Therapy Club Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Winter Weekend Chairman. 



RASCOE, JOAN, 1795 Stanley St., New Britain, Conn., 
Modern Dance Club, Handbook Co-Editor, Spring Spree 
Committee, Morse Hall President, Glee Club. 



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REARDON, MURIEL, 26 Taylor St., Dedham, Mass. 



SHOER, LINDA, 65 Andover St., Peabody, Mass., Folk 
Dance Group. 



RESNICK, RENA, 199 South St., Chestnut Hill, Mass., Hil- 
lel, French Club. 



SIDERS, SANDRA, 19 Goodale Rd., Mattapan, Mass. 



REVELAS, ERAS, 96 Morrow Ave., Rockport, N. Y., Glee 
Club, Eastern Orthodox Club, Junior Welcome Committee, 
Cotillion Chairman, Junior Class Vice-President, Senior 
Class President. 



ROBB, ANN SALMON, 51 Riverdale St., AUston, Mass., 
Newman Club, Sophomore Luncheon Chairman, Junior 
Welcome Committee. 



SIMONS, Marilyn, 38 Fenno Rd., Newton, Mass., Volun- 
teer Work, Fund Drive Committee. 



SIMOURIAN, MICHELE BAGDASARIAN, 1049 High- 
land Ave., Needham, Mass., French Club Vice-President and 
President, School of Education Representative. 



RODIG, DIANE, 83 Parkview Dr., Union, N. J., Spring 
Spree Committee, Junior Welcome Committee, Recreational 
Association President. 



SINGER, RHODA, 25 Tumblebrook, W. Hartford, Conn., 
School of Social Science Representative, Volunteer Work, 
Dorm President. 



ROEN, KATHRYN, 41-96 Gleane St., Elmhurst 73, N. Y., 
News Staff, Stu-G Representative, Academic Affairs Chair- 
man, NSA Coordinator. 



ROGOFF, ELIZABETH PRESTON, 10 GrenviUe Ct., 
Lynbrook, N. Y., Honor Board Representative, Class Execu- 
tive Board, Social Relations Committee. 



SMITH, HELEN, 24 Jay St., Wethersfield, Conn., Glee 
Club, Newman Club. 



SMITH, SARAH, 5 Morrison Ave., Wakefield, Mass., 
Spring Spree Dorm Chairman, Transfer Welcome Commit- 
tee, Ring Chairman, Social Activities Committee, Washing- 
ton Semester. 



ROSSIGNOLI, ANNE-MARIE, 201 Broadway, Elmhurst, 
N. Y., Newman Club. 



SOLANDER, NANCY, 508 Amherst Rd, S. Hadley, Mass, 
Spring Spree Committee, Campus Guide, House Counselor, 
Student Assistant. 



RUSSELL, PATRICIA, 24 Brookfield Rd, Islington, Mass. 



SARNO, CAROL, 15 Azalea Dr., Norwood, Mass, Social 
Relations Club, Sock and Buskin, Campus Guide, Dorm So- 
cial Activities Chairman, House Counselor, Newman Club 
Social Activities Chairman, Student Assistant. 



SPELLMAN, CAROL, 131 Valentine St, Fall River, Mass, 
Hillel, Fire Captain, FAD, House Counselor. 



STANTON, CAROLYN, 31 Riverdale Dr., Grand Island, 
N. Y, Christian Association, Junior Welcome Committee, 
Physical Therapy Club. 



SCHEVERA, BARBARA, Will-O-Woods, Croton-On-Hud- 
son, N. Y, Dorm Social Activities Chairman. 



SCHUGEL, SUSAN, 520 S. German St, New Ulm, Minn, 
Newman Club, Swim Club Vice-President and President, 
Campus Guide, Junior Prom Committee. 



SCOP A, LORRAINE, 13 Oliver St, Everett, Mass, Trans- 
fer Student, Spring Spree Auction Chairman. 



STOLLER, MAXINE, 34 Hancock St, Maiden, Mass, 
Campus Guide, Spring Spree Committee, Volunteer Work, 
Hillel Junior Representative. 



STURNER, MARIANNE, 57 Hillside Ave, Darien, Conn, 
Dorm Secretary, House Counselor, Physical Therapy Club 
Vice-President. 



SENNETT, SHEILA, 40 Mullan St, Uniontown, Pa, Skit 
Night Committee, Young Republican Club, MIT Voodoo 
Staff, Volunteer Work, Junior Welcome Committee, Great 
Decisions Chairman. 



SULCIUS, MARY ANN, 99 Hillside Ave, Bridgeport, 
Conn, Fund Drive Committee, Stu-G Academic Activities 
Committee, Class Executive Board, School of Science Repre- 
sentative, Junior Welcome Committee, Honor Board Repre- 
sentative, Academic Affairs Committee. 



SHAFER, BARBARA, P.O. Box 4614, San Juan, Puerto 
Rico, Dorm Board, Campus Guide, Dorm Social Activities 
Chairman. 



SUNDOOK, LINDA, 8 Redman Rd, Canton, Mass, Com- 
muter Organization, Spring Spree Committee, School of Busi- 
ness Social Activities Committee. 



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TALANIAN, SANDRA, 29 Rand St., Maiden, Mass., 
School of Education Representative. 



VINES, NANCY, 21 Cherryfield Dr., W. Hartford, Conn. 
Campus Guide, House Counselor, Student Assistant. 



TALBOT, DIXIE, 8 West Ave., Elba, N. Y., Campus 
Guide. 



WAGNER, CAROL, 66 Caswell St., New Bedford, Mass. 



TAYLOR, LAURINDA, 30 Fisher St., Westboro, Mass., 
Cotillion Decorations Committee, Sock and Buskin, Fresh- 
man Prom Committee, Forum Secretary and President, Class 
Representative, Campus Guide, Junior Welcome Steering 
Committee, Stu-G Second Vice-President, Academy. 



WALDMAN, Deanna, 1 10 Standish Ct., Madison, Wis. 



WALFORD, ELIZABETH, Linden Ave., Locust, N. J. 



TAYLOR, SHIRLEY, 10 Whitewood Lane, Rochester, 
N. Y., Bluettes, Campus Guide, Athletic Association Repre- 
sentative, Sophomore Luncheon Decorations Chairman, 
Spring Spree Committee, Junior Welcome Clerical Commit- 
tee, Song Leader, Stu-G Workshop, Anne Strong Club 
Communicator. 



TINTY, BEATRICE, 34 Farmington Ave., Plainville, Conn. 



WALLSTROM, GUNNEL, 25 Astor PL, Valley Stream, 
N. Y. 



WEBER, IRENE, 384 Riverway, Boston, Mass., Drama So- 
ciety, Volunteer Work, Outing Club Vice-President and 
Treasurer, ISA of Greater Boston, Washington Semester. 



TISDELL, HELENA, 11 Merriwether Rd., Worcester, 
Mass., Social Relations Club, Newman Club Treasurer, Stu- 
G Representative, Student Assistant. 



WEINER, RUTH SOOPER, 48 Lorna Rd., Mattapan, 
Mass., Volunteer Work, Commuter Organization Secretary- 
Treasurer, School of Business Social Activities Committee, 
Class Executive Board. 



TOBAK, HELEN, 17 Everett St., Newport, R. I., News 
Staff, Hillel, Drama Society Treasurer. 



WELLS, NATALIE, 838 Belmont St., Brockton, Mass., 
Class Executive Board, Stu-G Assistant Secretary, Campus 
Guide, News Business Manager, Microcosm Circulation Staff. 



TRIPP, LINDA CHRISTY, 77 Westland Ave., Boston, 
Mass., Glee Club, Campus Guide, Dorm Treasurer. 



WILSON, MYRNA, 62 Hallwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio, Or- 
chestra, Freshman and Sophomore Class President. 



TRULL, ELIZABETH, 60 Stafford Rd., Lowell, Mass., 
Glee Club, Campus Guide, Stu-G Assistant Treasurer and 
Treasurer. 



WINDSOR, LORALEE, Raquette River Dr., Tupper Lake, 
N. Y., Drama Society. 



TSENG, NANCY, 5450 30th St. N. W., Washington, D. C, 
Home Economics Club Secretary and Vice-President, Social 
Relations Club. 



WOLF, LINDA, 37 Philbrick Rd., Newton, Mass., Hillel, 
Junior Welcome Committee. 



TULLOCH, CAROL, South St., S. Bethlehem, N. Y., Vol- 
unteer Work, Arnold Hall Social Activities Chairman, Co- 
tillion Decorations Chairman. 



YOUNG, AMY, 619 Laurel St., Longmeadow, Mass., 
French Club Treasurer, Class Treasurer, Cotillion Publicity 
Committee, Mesick Hall Treasurer. 



TWOMBLY, LINDA, 10 Upland Rd., Essex Jet., Vt., Glee 
Club Assistant Personnel Director, Campus Guide, Junior 
Welcome Committee, Dix Hall Song Leader, Cotillion Co- 
Chairman. 



VINCENT, KATHRYN, 1333 Unquowa Rd., Fairfield, 
Conn., Class Song Leader, Glee Club, Class Executive 
Board, Christian Association, Campus Guide, Junior Wel- 
come Steering Committee, Campus Social Activities Chair- 
man, House Counselor, Senior Week Chairman. 



YUNG, LILLIAN, 126 Rua Espanha, Jardim Europa, Sao 
Paulo, Brazil, Home Economics Club. 



ZELIG, JUDITH, 23 Raymond Ave., Salem, Mass., Hillel, 
Class Executive Board, Junior Welcome Committee. 



ZIEGLER, BARBARA, Saw Mill River Rd., Yorktown 
Hts., N. Y., Assembly Series, Arnold Hall Social Activities 
Chairman, SCOPE. 



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PIZZA PATIO 

1356 BOYLSTON STREET 
BOSTON 

For the finest quality!! and Most efficient service!! 
Eat in . . . Take out ... or Delivery service 

100 Varieties 
Pizza 

Ravioli 

Macaroni 
Lasagna 

Spaghetti 

Submarine Sandwiches 

Featuring Luncheon Specials 

Phone CO 7-3773 

For Delivery to your home 
(5-12 P.M.) 35c Nominal Charge — Within 2 miles 



Compliments of 
STARLITE SHOP, INC. 

274 Brookline Ave. 
Boston, Mass. 

Tel. BE 2-7633 



Compliments of 

PILGRIM ROAD STORE 

Arthur A. and Howard S. Johnson 
19 Pilgrim Road 
Boston 15, Mass. 



Good Food 



Take Out Service 



B & R DELI, INC. 

356 Longwood Avenue 
Near Brookline Ave. 

Tel. LO 6-9442 George Porter, Mgr. 

Call Us — We Deliver 



BAYBURN CLEANERS 

One of New England's Finest Dry Cleaners 

On your campus twice a week 



Compliments of the 



CLASS OF 1963 



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Compliments of 

STU-G 



THE SHOE DEN 

Fine Footwear For All Occasions 

274 Brookline Avenue 

Boston, Mass. 

AS 7-3573 



Compliments of 



MR. AND MRS. ROBERT S. HIRSCH 



BARNABY, INC. 

Florists 

Say It With Flowers 

1 1 Harvard St. Brookline, Mass. 

Tel. 566-5626 



We Carry A Complete Line Of 

Artist's Materials Silk Screen Supplies 

Sign Supplies 

E. J. ARDON CO. 

176-184 Brookline Avenue 
Boston 15, Mass. 
KEnmore 6-5120 

Special prices to students 



DICKSON BROTHERS 

Kitchen Furnishings 
Hardware — Electric Appliances 

26 Brattle Street 
Cambridge 38, Massachusetts 



C Apital 7-0310-0311-0312 

SWAN, NEWTON & COMPANY 

Meats and Poultry, Frozen Fruits and Vegetables 
Butter, Cheese and Eggs 



2-8 Faneuil Hall Market 



Boston, Mass. 



Established in 1867 



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SAMUEL HOLMES, 


Inc. 






Poultry and Game 








Boston's Premier Poultry House 






84 Clinton Street 








Boston 9, Mass. 






Telephones: 




Schools, Hospitals, 


CApitol 7-0708 




Hotels, 


Restaurants, 


0709 - 0710 






Airlines 



Compliments 
of the 

Simmons Cooperative Store 



Best Wishes 
from the 

Class of 1964 







Compliments 


of 




Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John 


H. 


Hershan 



Keep In Touch With Simmons 
Through 

NEWS 

Subscription Rate 
$3.00 per year 



Compliments of 

ARTHUR ARMOND 
BEAUTY SALON 

266 Brookline Ave. 

Boston, Mass. 
Tel. BEacon 2-6236 



Medical Center Pharmacy 
of Boston 

319 Longwood Avenue 
(opposite Children's Hospital) 

Call LOngwood 6-1414 
or BEacon 2-3911 



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The art of being 
a non-conformist 

or why many perceptive yearbook 
staffs prefer a very distinguished 
publishing house 

Retaining one's individuality is not easy in 
these days of mass production and stand- 
ardization. This is especially true of year- 
book publishing, in which mass production 
methods have the tendency to force one to 
buy just what the other fellow buys. 

Making of soap or soup or salad dress- 
ing by mass methods is one thing. But it 
is quite another to attempt to produce a 
creative yearbook by trying to squeeze it 
into some pre-conceived mold. It just can't 
be done that way. 

The Wm. J. Keller firm brings together 
highly trained craftsmen, the very finest 
papers and ink of superlative quality. Add 
to these a unique service plan built around 
the individual school, and, finally, produc- 
tion by the Velvatone process, which Keller 
perfected especially for the printing of 
yearbooks, and you have a truly distin- 
guished performance. And a yearbook with 
singular character and individuality . . . 
we call it "THE LOOK OF THE BOOK." 

The yearbook you are presently leafing 
through is the product of the Keller custom 
program. If you would care to see other 
examples of "THE LOOK OF THE BOOK" 
as produced by Wm. J. Keller, get in touch 
with us now. 

WM. J. KELLER INC. 

Publishers of Finer Yearbooks 
Buffalo 15, N. Y. 




Roswell Farnham 

1 Berwick Road 

Lexington 73, Massachusetts 

Phone: VO 2-1928 

Area Code: 617 



SEALTEST FOODS 

BUSHWAY and SEALTEST Ice Cream 

Division of National Dairy Products Corp. 



Compliments of the 
CLASS OF 1927 



With Best Wishes 
from the 

CLASS OF 1915 



WITH OUR SINCERE GOOD WISHES 
To the CLASS OF '63, SIMMONS COLLEGE 

THE SHERATON-PLAZA 
BOSTON 

H. de F. Nyboe 
General Manager 




RO 




PHOTOGRAPHS OF I MERI 



CooLioqe Conp*fc.BuookUHe. Mass. 




Your Class Photographer 



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CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF 1963 as it joins the 

ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION OF 
SIMMONS COLLEGE 

Ruth L. Bean 
President 



MILLER PRODUCE COMPANY 

Institutional Frozen Food Distributors 

85 Newmarket Square 
Boston, Massachusetts 



FLORA FRAME 

Since 1939 

Concerts Lectures 

Boston 16, Mass. 
154 Newbury Street Telephone CO 6-6318 





orvoL .cf&<rnfiM Sweats*-^ 

LADY TWEEDS 

445BROOKUNE AVE., BOSTON - LO 6-1550 



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Compliments of 




MR. 


AND 


MRS. 


JOSEPH 


GANN 



Compliments of the 



CLASS OF 1966 



E. P. JONES 

STOCK PHOTOGRAPHS for all purposes 
Black and White — Color 

House Organs 
Editorial Use 
Advertising 

77 Summer Street, Boston HU 2-3378 

Mrs. Mattie E. Webber 



Compliments of 

HICKOX 
SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 

367 Boylston Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

SCOPE 



Compliments of 

WRIGHT & DITSON 

Division of Spalding Sales Corporation 

GIRLS SCHOOL & COLLEGE OUTFITTERS 

462 Boylston Street 

Boston, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

LONGWOOD PHARMACY 

411 Brookline Avenue Boston, Mass. 

Phone LO 6-3333 

Prescription Specialists 
Five Pharmacists 





Famous for 






Good Foods 






Delicacies 






Perfumery 




s. 


S. PIERCE 


CO. 


Store at 133 Brookline Avenue 



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BOLTON SMART CO., INC. 

Wholesale Purveyors of Choice 
Beef — Lamb — Veal — Pork — Poultry 
Butter — Cheese — Eggs — Frosted Food 



19-25 South Market Street 



Boston, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

CLASS OF 1965 



Best Wishes from the 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY 
SIMMONS CLUB 



Best Wishes to the Graduating Class 
from the 

SIMMONS CLUB 

of 
SAN FRANCISCO 

"From the Golden Gate to the Fenway' 



GORDON LINEN SERVICE 

On Your Campus Every Week 
60 Aberdeen Avenue Cambridge 38, Mass. 



Qod&k 



'Just Elegant Simplicity" 



tfo/tmwfr 




417 Brookline Avenue, Boston 



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ASTOR EXTERMINATING CO. 

Residential Commercial Industrial 
Pest Control Services of All Types 

Bruce-Terminix Co. of Mass. Inc. 

Termite Control Specialists 
FREE INSPECTIONS for Home Owners 

808 Memorial Drive Cambridge, Mass. 

UN 4-5050 



When your family or friends 

visit Boston . . . you can 

recommend the 

|kdtar £lmts£ 

with confidence 



Internationally famous for Old Boston charm in modern 
comfort. All rooms with private bath, TV, radio. 

Special Weekend Rates for Students 

Singles $5, Twins $9 Friday and Saturday . . . under the 
special Parker House rates for college students. 

For further information or reservations, call the Parker 
House at CA 7-8600. 

Tremont & School Streets 

Privately owned and operated by the Sherrard family 



Best Wishes 
from the 

MICROCOSM 
STAFF 



Compliments & Best Wishes 
from the 

CLASS OF 1961 



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PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Aserkoff 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Houghton Birdsall 
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Melville Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Burns 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaiming Chiu 

Mr. John L. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. William Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coon 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Fischer 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Fisher 

Dr. and Mrs. Morris Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Freedman 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gann 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ginsburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hageman 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hermann 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hershan 



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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hershon 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hirsch 

Mr. Anthony T. Hirsch 

Mr. Herbert Kahn 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund King 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kravetz 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ludwig 

Mr. and Mrs. David Lurie 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mais 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mann 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Maskell 

Mrs. Valentine Mathes 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCandless 

Dr. and Mrs. Ellsworth B. Marrow 

Mr. and Mrs. August B. Mundel 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murnane 

Mrs. Dorris P. Myers 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Nelson 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Ossen 

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Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Pease 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Prensner 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polomski 

Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Roen 

Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Rossignoli 



Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarno 




Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Shafer 




Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Smith 




Mr. and Mrs. Arvo A. Solander 




Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Stoller 




Mrs. Edith G. Talbot 




Mr. and Mrs. Hart Taylor 




Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Trull 




Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tulloch 




Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Turner 




Mr. and Mrs. Reuben G. Washburn 




Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Wilson 


Christmas Cotillion photographs 




Compliments of 


Mrs. and Mrs. Irwin Young 


Arthur David Greenberg 




875 West End Avenue 


Mr. and Mrs. William B. Zelig 


New York 25, New York 



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